Horse Media Group
Everyone has heard stories of ponies that loved to wash down human foods, but there are many foods including house plants that horses should not be fed.
Blemishes called windpuffs are balloon-like fluid swellings of the deep digital flexor tendon sheath near the back of the fetlocks.
Horse-Canada.com reviews the shallow pool of potential host facilities for the 2022 World Equestrian Games, following the withdrawal of Samorin, Slovakia.
New research on the link between traumatic brain injury, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, concussion recovery times and return to play protocols.
Researchers recently conducted a study to determine the accuracy of using a blood sucrose permeability test to diagnose equine gastric ulcer syndrome.
Young riders are benefitting to the tune of $150,000 from two new Canadian programs initiated by John Anderson to give up-and-comers a financial boost.
A registered not-for-profit, Spirit Horse NL is based in Portugal Cove, Newfoundland, and stands for Supporting Peers In Recovery-based Interactive Therapy.
Here are five handy hints for developing better, more effective leg aids, so you stop losing your stirrups or gripping your horse’s sides.
Tack & Equipment
Some uncommon and even bizarre pieces of tack and accessories can be found in the horse industry. Here, we give you a look at just a few of them.
The Canadian Thoroughbred Horse Society (CTHS) provides a quick review of the process for how to register a Thoroughbred foal in Canada.
Input Needed on New Canadian Equine Identification Program
RIDE TV Will Now Be Available to More Canadian Viewers
A Royal Equestrian Canada Convention Experience
Support the Caribbean Equine Relief Effort in the Bahamas
Review Equestrian Canada’s 2019 Rule Change Proposals
Eastern Equine Encephalitis Kills Four Ontario Horses
Canadian Eventing Community Mourns Loss of Mary Anne Laframboise